Late Austin

released November 16, 2020

Three sound worlds, created in early 2020 Austin. East of Airport, in the back of a metalworking studio.

Each track is just that: a single chosen path through a landscape. Continuously circling a body; different aspects revealed with each revolution.

"Late Austin" is three live recordings, made direct to a stereo recorder, to add an element of intuition to a form that is often planned out on a timeline and edited after the fact.

What you hear in these tracks are the Analog Rytm (drum machine) and the Octatrack (sampler and effects), playing together in real-time. The sounds on the Octatrack are mostly samples from the FS1R and XV-5050 synthesizers, designed using software made by the artist.

Beau Thomas / Ten Eight Seven Mastering
Cover Photography
Lauren Slusher Photography
Cover Design
Jennifer James Wright / Citron Studio

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Ritual Sequence

released December 3, 2019

It's dance music made for listening on your headphones, or in a car.
You could play it at a party in your living room, too.

If you like late 90's IDM, then this EP is for you. It's not particularly complex, but that stuff is definitely an inspiration. A couple of the tracks are also the result of exposure to freestyle and Miami bass music at a young age.

The EP is an exploration of intuitive track structure using a hardware sequencer, two synthesizers, and a drum machine.

Recorded in a small back room in Austin, Texas. There was no computer in that room, but there was a refrigerator: humming.

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Made in Austin, Texas.